Texas A&M University School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series

The Texas A&M University School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series focuses on interdisciplinary legal scholarship in all subject areas. The series includes works from the law school's faculty, students, and distinguished visitors. To receive the announcements about new papers from the series, please contact Prof. Peter Yu at peteryu@law.tamu.edu.

2018

18-01
The Blurring of the Public/Private Distinction or the Collapse of a Category? The Story of Investment Arbitration
Guillermo J. Garcia Sanchez

18-02
Justice Triage
Milan Markovic

18-03
Non-Enforcement Takings
Timothy M. Mulvaney

1​8-04
A Half-Century of Scholarship on the Chinese Intellectual Property System
Peter K. Yu

1​8-0​5
Atrocity Speech Law: Addressing Hate that Does Grave Harm
Carol Pauli

1​8-0​6
Regulatory Cooperation in International Trade and Its Transformative Effects on Executive Power
Elizabeth Trujillo

1​8-0​7
When Can the Patent Office Intervene in its Own Cases?
Saurabh Vishnubhakat

1​8-0​8
Data Exclusivities in the Age of Big Data, Biologics, and Plurilaterals
Peter K. Yu

18-09
Claudia Rankine's 'Citizen': Documenting and Protesting America's Halting March Toward Racial Justice and Equality
Susan Ayres

18-10
The Network for Justice: Pursuing a Latinx Civil Rights Agenda
Luz E. Herrera and Pilar Margarita Hernández Escontrías (Univ. of California, Irvine)

18-11
Medico-Legal Collaboration Regarding the Sex Offender: Othering and Resistance
Brian Larson, Mary L. Schuster, (Univ. of Minnesota - Twin Cities) and  Amy Propen (College of Letters and Science)

18-12
Data Producer's Right in the Platform Economy
Peter K. Yu

18-13
Copyright Lost
Glynn S. Lunney, Jr.

18-14
Assessments All the Way Down
James McGrath and Andrew P. Morriss

18-15
The Way Pavers: Eleven Supreme Court-Worthy Women
Meg Mary Margaret Penrose

18-16
The Rise of China in the International Intellectual Property Regime
Peter K. Yu

18-17
The ALI Copyright Restatement Project: A Horse of a Different Color?
Irene Calboli, June M. Besek (Columbia), Peter S. Menell (California, Berkeley), Devlin Hartline (George Mason), Justin Hughes (Loyola [Los Angeles]), Pierre N. Leval (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit), and William F. Patry (Google Inc.)

18-18
Legal Ethics, Professional Responsibility, and the Legal Profession (Foreword and Table of Contents)
Susan Saab Fortney, Gregory C. Sisk and Neil W. Hamilton (Univ. of St. Thomas [Minnesota]), Charles G. Geyh (Indiana [Bloomington]), William D. Henderson (Indiana [Maurer]), Vincent R. Johnson (Saint Mary's), Katherine R. Kruse (Mitchell Hamline), Stephen Pepper (Univ. of Denver), and Melissa Weresh (Drake)

18-19
The (Re)Newed Barrier to Access to Medication: Data Exclusivity
Srividhya Ragavan

18-20
The RCEP Negotiations and Asian Intellectual Property Norm Setters
Peter K. Yu

18-21
Financial Regulation in the Bitcoin Era
William J. Magnuson

18-22
Subfederal Immigration Regulation and the Trump Effect
Huyen Pham, Van H. Pham (Baylor Univ.)

18-23
Dueling Grants: Reimagining CAFA's Jurisdictional Provisions
Tanya Pierce

18-24
Fair Use and Its Global Paradigm Evolution
Peter K. Yu

18-25
A Street View of Property
Vanessa Casado Pérez

18-26
Betting on Climate Policy: Using Prediction Markets to Address Global Warming
Gary Lucas, Jr., Felix Mormann

18-27
Regulation A : New and Improved after the JOBS Act or a Failed Revival?
Neal Newman

18-28
The Comparative Lessons of Itar-Tass Russian News Agency v Russian Kurier
Peter K. Yu

18-29
Invoking Common Law Defenses in Immigration Cases
Fatma E. Marouf

18-30
Sane Gun Policy From Texas? A Blueprint for Balanced State Campus Carry Laws
Aric Short

18-31
The Non-Doctrine of Redundancy
Saurabh Vishnubhakat

18-32
Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Peter K. Yu

18-33
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Online Reviews: The Trouble with Trolls and a Role for Contract Law after the Consumer Review Fairness Act
Wayne Barnes

18-34
Planning Your Class to Take Advantage of Highly Effective Learning Techniques
James McGrath

18-35
Adopting Civil Damages: Wrongful Family Separation in Adoption
Malinda L. Seymore

18-36
Intellectual Property, Human Rights and Methodological Reflections
Peter K. Yu

18-37
Two-Tiered Trademark
Glynn S. Lunney, Jr.

18-38
Market Segmentation vs. Subsidization: Clean Energy Credits and the Commerce Clause's Economic Wisdom
Felix Mormann

18-39
The Drug Debate: Data Exclusivity is the New Way to Delay Generics
Srividhya Ragavan

18-40
Realigning TRIPS-Plus Negotiations with UN Sustainable Development Goals
Peter K. Yu